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The Ginger Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 27-28 Summary

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Chapters 27-28 Summary

In Chapter 27, Dangerfield is drinking gin from a bottle stashed in the kangaroo's pouch. It's three o'clock, and Dangerfield, MacDoon, and Parnell are still recovering from the previous night's revels. Mac promises not to desert Dangerfield in his upcoming wealth. Dangerfield borrows a clean shirt from Parnell and goes to the landlady's bedroom to sneak some perfume for under his arms. MacDoon suspects Dangerfield is going to meet a woman, and Dangerfield says he'll tell them about it soon. He takes off, looking forward to seeing Mary, who has trusted him. At the train station he finds her in the crowd. She's lost weight after being ill for a while. She's brought pans and plates and part of a sewing machine with her, as well as twenty pounds.

Dangerfield and Mary go to a nice restaurant, and he says they won't need to worry about...

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